White Sox' Nate Jones (arm) to be shut down for two weeks following setback
Chicago White Sox pitcher Nate Jones (arm) suffered a setback in his last rehab outing, and will be shut down for two weeks.
Jones was getting in rehab work with Triple-A Charlotte, and looked to be close to returning before suffering the setback. Jones has been on the shelf since June 13, but White Sox manager Rick Renteria does expect Jones to make it back to Big League work in 2018.
Jones has made 27 Major League appearances in 2018, and has a 2.55 ERA, 4.18 skill-interactive ERA, 24.1% strikeout rate, 12.5% walk rate and 1.38 WHIP.
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